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REVEALED: Map shows where in Britian has seen the BIGGEST house price growth

Published on Tuesday 11th of April 2017 03:39:00 PM in Daily Express

The biggest value increases are in the capital and the South East over the year to January 2017, according to the Land Registry mapped out by estate agent Savills. But central London- marked white on the map - where prices were flat, has been the worst performing ...

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